Capcom recently shared some exciting news during its ‘highlights’ broadcast regarding the upcoming release of Monster Hunter Stories on Nintendo Switch. The remastered version of this popular 3DS title is set to make its return on June 14, 2024. Fans who pre-order the game will have access to special ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ Navirou Outfits, adding a fun customization option to the game. Additionally, players who have save data for the second game on Switch will receive an extra outfit called Mahana Rider.

One of the key highlights of this remastered release is the addition of full voice acting, breathing new life into the beloved Monster Hunter Stories universe. In addition to this, Capcom has included a Museum mode where players can explore over 200 pieces of concept art and enjoy additional background music from the game. These extra features are sure to delight both new players and long-time fans of the series.

In a surprising move, Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, previously a Switch console exclusive, will be making its way to the PlayStation 4 this June. To celebrate this expanded release, Capcom will be offering both games in a special set for purchase on both Switch and PlayStation platforms. This move not only brings the Monster Hunter Stories experience to a new audience but also showcases Capcom’s commitment to providing quality gameplay across multiple platforms.

Physical Release Confirmed

For fans who prefer physical copies of their games, Capcom has officially confirmed that a physical version of Monster Hunter Stories will be available for the Nintendo Switch. This physical edition will launch alongside the digital version on June 14, 2024, giving players the option to choose their preferred format for experiencing this exciting remastered title.

Capcom’s latest announcements regarding Monster Hunter Stories for Nintendo Switch have set the stage for an exciting new chapter in the Monster Hunter universe. With enhanced features, new content, and expanded availability, fans of the series have much to look forward to when the game launches on June 14, 2024.

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